M: You recently
did some DJing at the Heavenly Social in London. How did that all go
and what sort of tunes did you play?
also been playing some solo shows, most recently with David Pajo. How
did that come about and are we likely to see a solo album from yourself
in the future?
M: What other
records do Mogwai have planned for this year? Have you got a lot of
songs that didn't make it on to the album?
M: Was the
writing and recording of Rock Action more difficult than, or different
to, previous work? I notice that Barry is credited with contributing
to an increasing extent.
M: Did you
deliberately set out to include interesting collaborations on this record?
Who else would you like to collaborate with?
M: Are you
conscious of the fact that Mogwai could easily end up only playing large
venues such as the Barrowlands. Are we going to see more gigs like the
Bute thing as a way of making this more interesting for the fans and
the band? or would you consider something such as a residency at a smaller
venue like Godspeed have done?
M: What plans
do you have for the Rock Action label? How much involvement do Mogwai
have in it?
M: What music
have you been listening to lately? Films? Books?
M: How do
you feel about the whole of Rock Action being available on Napster?
M: The official
website is starting to come together now after promising major things
M: how happy are you with it and what plans do you have for the future?
Do you see fansites like bright light as competition or partners?
(marceline swears she didn't make that response up... -tom)
M: What do
you think of this year's line-up for All Tomorrow's Parties?
M: From what
I hear you were a major help with bringing Trail of Dead over to the
UK. Has it been fun watching them get so popular?
else you want to add?
thanks to stuart.